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Dine and dashing
Reece has a handle on style. This industrial chair draws inspiration from factory and drafting chairs of the past with material modernity. Highly durable, Reece chairs and barstools join a steel tube frame with a plywood or laminate shell. The collection's integrated handle brings ease of use to stacking or moving. Two different finishes can color Reeces's back bracket and legs, offering a range of options for color customization.
Playfully minimal and ready to jump-start your restaurant design, the Half Hurdle chair features White Oak seats and simple steel tubes. Not to be confused with an armchair, the Half Hurdle chair is a whimsical take on a side chair.
Top: The Half Hurdle barstool's minimal design offers informal sophistication conducive to a variety of spaces and ambiances.
Right: The Merano chair by Ton is a new angle on European woodworking. Blending traditional steam-bent beauty with a modern aesthetic, this chair offers a bold perspective. Flexible plywood shells give way to superior comfort, while a solid wood frame provides durability, making the perfect mix for commercial spaces.
Designed for restaurant patios, but equally at home indoors, the Opla collection blends a nostalgic wire grid with crisp modern lines. Available in over 150 colors.
Inspired by the Adirondack seating, Brooke offers a breath of fresh air to the classic wood dining chair. Brooke's lightweight design, slatted back, and rounded curves make for a modern, approachable take on a principal dining chair.